The Heart's Lullaby Review

The Heart's Lullaby Review
When Jen Stephens published her first novel, The Heart's Journey Home, she burst onto the Christian literary scene like a seasoned professional. The Heart's Journey Home was both engaging and poignantly written....especially for a break-out novel. Stephens characters were believable and her well developed story lines elicited strong emotions.

Proving she is quite capable of delivering quality Christian fiction, Jen's second novel in the Harvest Bay series will not disappoint. The Heart's Lullaby introduces new characters whose lives are woven together...some by chance...some by design. Suffering from post traumatic stress disorder resulting from her tour of duty in the Middle East, Amy Beauregard travels to Harvest Bay with her ten year old son. Plagued by feelings of responsibility for the death of her best friend, she is thrust deeper into depression when she meets the toddler he never got to hold. As Amy's story unfolds, her life intersects with Elizabeth Truman. Elizabeth is married to Amy's old boyfriend...the father of her ten year old. Having never known about the child, Elizabeth is devastated. Unable to have children of her own and afraid her marriage will unravel, she feels nothing but bitterness toward Amy. An unlikely pairing, Amy and Elizabeth come to rely on and respect each other. God uses the pain and suffering that each feels to help heal the other.

The Heart's Lullaby will not disappoint. Jen Stephens presents characters who struggle to find biblical answers while struggling with real life topics such as abortion, unwanted pregnancy, marital trouble, and debilitating stress. If you enjoyed The Heart's Journey Home, be sure to pickup a copy of The Heart's Lullaby.


The Heart's Lullaby can be purchased online from retailers such as Amazon.com




Disclaimer: The Heart's Lullaby was provided by the author in exchange for a fair review. Compensation was not offered.




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